BRYAN, Texas – (Realty News Report) – Boston-based West Shore LLC, has acquired Broadstone Traditions, a 261-unit residential community located in Bryan, a municipality located northwest of Houston.
This is West Shore’s third major acquisition in the Bryan-College Station metropolitan area, an “increasingly popular hub ” for young professionals, academics and recent graduates, given its close proximity to Texas A&M University, West Shore said.
Broadstone Traditions will be integrated into the adjacent 8085 at Traditions community; a 396-unit property in Bryan owned and operated by West Shore since 2018. The newly combined 657-unit property is West Shore’s largest multifamily asset. West Shore also owns and operates SoCo at Tower Point, a 318-unit community in College Station.
“The new 8085 at Traditions is truly a unique Class A property and is well located in the thriving Bryan-College Station area,” said West Shore Chairman Steven P. Rosenthal.
Boston-based West Shore was founded in 2016 and owns and operates a diverse portfolio of 24 multifamily properties totaling 6,669 units with a total market value of more than $1 billion.
Sept. 10, 2019 Realty News Report Copyright 2019
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